Deyshia Hargrave, who was removed from a school board meeting and unlawfully arrested in early January, has yet to receive an apology from local or state education officials.
After an artist was censored in Norfolk, VA, the public agency who shut down her show cancels all future art exhibitions.
If a recent policy change is not reversed, art by Guantanamo detainees may be permanently removed from public view when John Jay College’s exhibition closes next week.
A library in Temple, Texas was criticized for highlighting LGBT-themed books during June 2017’s celebration of Pride Month and equal space was demanded for anti-LGBT material.
NCAC has joined a bipartisan coalition of 44 organizations to urge members of the House of Representatives to vote “yes” on the USA RIGHTS amendment and “no” on the FISA Amendments Reauthorization Act (S. 139) if the USA RIGHTS amendment does not pass.